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Stephen Curry wants to finish career in Golden State

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will be entering his 10th season in the league and so far it’s been an unforgettable ride. From surviving potential career-derailing ankle injuries to winning three championships and two MVP awards — his trajectory as a member of the Golden State Warriors couldn’t have been any better, which is […] The post Stephen Curry wants to finish career in Golden State appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Golden State Of Mind

Warriors predicted to finish with NBA’s best record in ESPN projections

Projections based on Network’s Real Plus/Minus To help ease the pain of enduring the monotony of the dog days of the NBA off season, ESPN released their projected records and standings next season for all 30 teams. It is no surprise that the Golden State Warriors sit at the top once again. According to the article by Kevin Pelton, the Warriors are projected to win 58.6 games in the 2018-19 season. Last season, they were expected and projected to win 62.6 games but fell short of the mark because of injuries and their own complacency. For next season, Pelton suggests that a decline...

Blazer's Edge

Kevin Durant Grills CJ McCollum on the Blazers

“You know you guys aren’t going to win a championship,” Durant says to McCollum on his “Pull Up” podcast. Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant is coming off a championship run that faced little competition (again), save for a Western Conference Finals against the Houston Rockets plagued by injuries on both sides. So it’s no wonder he’s riding high, and even looking down on teams like the Portland Trail Blazers. Durant joined CJ McCollum on his “Pull Up” podcast, and Durant poked fun at Portland’s championship chances: Durant: Why are you mad about [DeMarcus...

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Warriors’ DeMarcus Cousins spoke with Kobe Bryant, Rudy Gay, Wes Matthews about Achilles injury

The Golden State Warriors have brought aboard another All-Star caliber talent in center DeMarcus Cousins on a one-year, $5.3 million for next season. However, there are questions about what type of player he will be once he returns from a torn Achilles tendon that has historically changed careers for many NBA players. With that in […] The post Warriors’ DeMarcus Cousins spoke with Kobe Bryant, Rudy Gay, Wes Matthews about Achilles injury appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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DeMarcus Cousins: “I plan on coming back and being the same dominant player”

Golden State Warriors center DeMarcus Cousins sounded optimistic about his recovery from a left Achilles tendon injury.

Golden State Of Mind

Bada-Bing, Bada-Boom: Boogie Is Officially A Warrior

Cousins was confident and candid in his introductory press conference. The 2018-19 NBA season is officially ruined! It’s not just that the Golden State Warriors have DeMarcus Cousins — they will have a version of the emotional All-NBA Center that is motivated to win a championship and determined to come back from his Achilles injury better than ever. DeMarcus Cousins on when he returns: “I expect to be the same dominant player, even better.” pic.twitter.com/eRpk6JOvvN— Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) July 19, 2018 Good Luck, NBA. Hyperbole aside, the vibe of Cousins’...